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#391 of 394 Old 12-31-2007, 09:39 PM
 
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Just wanted to share - I got a BFP today at 11 DPO!

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Congratulations, elisheva! You got the last BFP of the year!
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Oh, and we're going to start night weaning, too. She nurses once, maybe twice a night and very infrequently she nurses 3 or 4 times during the night. I don't think it will be that big of a deal to drop those couple of nursings... She's a fighter, though. Very headstrong and very vocal about it But for goodness sakes, she almost 2 and a half!! Anybody have any good tips? I'd be doing it myself as DH is unwilling to help.

We nightweaned ds about a month ago. We nurse before bed and then he says ni- night to the milk and I lay with him until he falls asleep. We have a small lamp with a very low wattage bulb and we plugged it into a timer. The lamp is set to come on at around 4 am (which is when ds naturallly wakes up to nurse) and he knows that when the light is on he can have milk again. Sometimes he wakes up before that and asks for milk and we just remind him that the light is not on and he setttles back down and goes to sleep. I felt that waiting until it was light out was too long but wanted him to KNOW when he could nurse again. It's been working really well for us.

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We have a small lamp with a very low wattage bulb and we plugged it into a timer. The lamp is set to come on at around 4 am (which is when ds naturallly wakes up to nurse) and he knows that when the light is on he can have milk again. Sometimes he wakes up before that and asks for milk and we just remind him that the light is not on and he setttles back down and goes to sleep. I felt that waiting until it was light out was too long but wanted him to KNOW when he could nurse again. It's been working really well for us.
That's a really neat idea - we may have to try it when we're ready to night wean!

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